You might think, “Why do I need insurance, I’m renting?” Well, even though your landlord probably has an insurance policy on your building, you’ll need to protect your personal interests too. And…it only costs a little to protect a lot. Renter’s insurance is less costly than you might think.
Things to consider:
– What would it cost to replace the contents in my home?
– Do I have an inventory and photographs of my personal possessions? If not, don’t wait for disaster to strike. Download Allstate’s free home inventory software now and create a room-by-room inventory of your personal possessions.
– Should I purchase flood insurance?
You and Your Guests
– What kind of protection do I have against liability?
– Will my guest’s medical expenses be covered if they are accidentally injured in my home?
– What additional coverages are available for my personal property such as: sports equipment, electronic data processing equipment, jewelry or other valuables?
– I’m getting married, can I get additional protections to cover wedding presents and other personal property I receive?
Renters Insurance Quote
$165 per year
*Estimates are based on the following :
Personal Property = $25,000
Family Liability = $100,000
Guest Medical = $1,000
Deductible = $500